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Nov 11, 2012 9:00am PST
two readings on inflation. if you take away food and energy, inflation should be tame. and in today's office politics, the "washington post'" eugene robinson was asked how much to qualify how much political capital the president has considering only a few million separate will imfrom mitt romney. can the president borrow the traz i have earned political capital and i intend to use it from george w. bush? >> well, those are certainly not words he should speak. yes, he has earned some political capital. but i think in order to do big things, and this is a president who doesn want to do big things he needs more political capital than he has now. he'll have to bring along a substantial portion of those 53 million people who voted against him. and so how does he do that. if he has difficulty in negotiating with republican elected officials, the standard technique is to kind of appeal over the head to their constituents and don't minimize the challenges and they'll remember him i think to demonstrate that he's learned a bit about how to govern the country and that he'll be better at it. >
Nov 10, 2012 9:00am PST
, always did very well. full of energy. very smart in thought as generals, potential generals should. far, far ahead of what's happening right now. always thought of consequences, which is something of an irony in the circumstances. and not surprisingly rose very, very quickly up through the ranks. >> which by that description you find shocking this if he's a man who looks at consequences of actions. this is something that took him down not as a result of him trying to cover up an affair but fbi being alert today look into some level of impropriety. >> yeah. my understanding is that the fbi's investigation into what took place on computers there was not necessarily focused on him. they came by the information by accident. >> hang on. i accident? what do you mean by accident? tip off, mining for something? >> looking for something in particular. don't forget, we got lots of government computers. and like any other workplace, people put their personal information and their personal e-mails on there. maybe they shouldn't but they do. and there's always the potential for compromise, especiall
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